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Methods Machine Tools Represents OKK Corp. in North America

“Methods' established distribution organization, vast network of technology centers and dealers, and first-class applications expertise will help increase OKK presence in North America,” says OKK.

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Methods Machine Tools Inc. is now representing OKK Corp. in North America. OKK manufactures horizontal, vertical and five-axis machining centers.

“We are very pleased to announce our new partnership with OKK to import, distribute and provide service and support for its broad range of high-quality machine tools,” says Mark Wright, president and CEO of Methods Machine Tools.

“We are delighted to partner with Methods, whose reputation for service and machine integration is unsurpassed, and we look forward to a long, mutually rewarding partnership,” says Takahiro Kawano, president of OKK USA. “Methods' established distribution organization, vast network of technology centers and dealers, and first-class applications expertise will help increase OKK presence in North America.”

The distributor agreement for North America does not include Alabama, Arkansas, Georgia, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee, Wisconsin and Virginia. 

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